Category: Shooting

Community Outreach Initiative

Bulldog Solution has been super busy this past month with our Community Outreach Initiative. It has been such a great experience, and we have gotten the chance to meet some wonderful people. We also learned about the lack of resources for parents and teachers. This project is designed to help communities learn more about protecting... Read more »

What can happen in a second: The story of loosing my brother to violence

As many of you know, I own a small anti-bullying anti-violence company in Chicago. I dedicate my work to my late brother Jason Peagram. He died at a very young age. He was only 22 when his life was taken from us, on January 12, 2011. ┬áJason was a kind, funny, compassionate guy. He was... Read more »

Rachel's Challenge: A Review From A Bully Teacher

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to meet another anti-bulling/anti-violence organization at a speaking engagement. I was so moved by the speaker, Bill Sanders, from Rachel’s Challenge. I could not hold back the tears. He gave a moving presentation on Rachel’s life and the Columbine shooting. The presentation was about using kindness to help decrease bullying... Read more »

Making a Difference in 2013!

For 2013, I wish for safer schools, less violence, more kindness. Here are some ideas as parents to start making a difference. Let's hope for a turning point so that our kids can have a safe place to learn and grow. It is up to us to make a difference.
As we leave 2012 behind, I would like for us to think of ways we can make a difference. Let’s make it a goal for 2013 to help reduce violence, bullying, and aggression. Here are some suggestions to start making a fresh start. As I was putting these suggestions together, I kept thinking of all... Read more »

School Massacre Leaves Us Trembling

Walking through another day, I find myself breaking down and crying. How can one young man enter an elementary school and kill so many innocent children and adults? I am speechless and brought to wonder what happened? I believe that we are all confused, disgusted, saddened and concerned. This could have been our school, this... Read more »